Finding Scripture: Humanity and Ethics Worksheet and Journal #4

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CWV-101: Bible Story Worksheet and Journal #1
Module 1 - Part 1 – Bible Story Worksheet
For Part 1 of this assignment, you will need to read each section in the “Story of the Bible” media piece. When you open the media piece, click on each flag/banner (creation, fall, covenant, prophecy, gospel, restoration). Read the entire media piece and answer the following questions. Here is the link to “The Story of the Bible.” http://lc.gcumedia.com/zwebassets/courseMaterialPages/cwv101_biblical-timeline-v1.1.php
Write 2- 3 complete sentences for each of the six sections below. Solid academic writing is expected. Refer to the GCU Academic Writing Guidelines in the Student Success Center.
Please type your answer directly beneath each
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Also, through the pain of Jesus we are healed from the sin of our own.

5. Write 2-3 sentences explaining the significance of Jesus’ life and ministry. God sent Jesus to earth in human form to spread God’s word. Jesus was arrested and sentenced to death, he returned on the Sabbath day.

6. Write 2-3 sentences explaining how restoration and redemption are significant for people’s purpose as individuals and for humankind in general. In general, for everyone will die and come into the spirit life with a new body. The individuals that believe in God/Jesus will enter into the kingdom of heaven and for the people that does not have faith in God will go to hell.

Now, review your responses to questions 1- 6. In the space below these instructions, write a three paragraph summary of the Christian worldview. Organize your summary as follows:
Paragraph One:
Write a summary of the Christian worldview. What are the core beliefs and values of a Christian worldview as demonstrated in the “Story of the Bible?”
Paragraph Two:
Explain why it is important to know the “Story of the Bible.” What common themes did you see throughout the “Story of the Bible? “
Paragraph Three:
How would you compare and contrast your own worldview with a Christian worldview? If you do not hold a Christian worldview what are the differences and similarities between your worldview and the Christian worldview? If you

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